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Owners of the popular Atlanta restaurants Slutty Vegan and Big Dave’s Cheesesteaks have actually teamed up to provide college scholarships for the children of Rayshard Brooks, Fox 5 Atlanta reports.Pinky Cole

, owner of Slutty Vegan in Atlanta, Georgia, is no complete stranger to helping the neighborhood. With the success of her popular burger joint, she makes it her responsibility to help out whenever she can. So when she heard about the murder of Rayshard Brooks at the hands of Atlanta authorities, she right away began assembling a strategy to help Brooks’ family. That’s when she

connected with Derrick Hayes, owner of Huge Dave’s Cheesesteaks, and the 2 came together to manage a surprise for Tomika Miller, the widow of Brooks.” It’s not extremely typically you see communities sticking together specifically in our own communities. We’re going to be the change we wish to see and we’re going to be the example and show individuals that we can come together,” Cole stated. Under the guise of a conference

, the 2 restaurateurs brought Miller out to supply her with numerous gifts that they hope will reduce some concern while handling the loss of her hubby. The presents consist of life insurance coverage policies for her and her kids, a brand name new vehicle to aid with transportation, and scholarships for all four children to go to Clark Atlanta University. Miller was gotten rid of with feeling, thanking the two in between sobs. Cole talked to press reporters about the surprise, saying,”This wasn’t anything brand-new. This was simply something we were

obliged to do due to the fact that we understand there is now a single mom of four who doesn’t have transport, who’s now attempting to figure life out on top of grieving the loss of losing her other half. We didn’t want to speak about what she’s handling. We simply wanted to show her, we got your back, and we’re going to support you, and if you need us you can call us. “Hayes echoed those sentiments, saying, “If we’re all in this together, we got ta show that we’re in this together.” Both Cole and Hayes concurred that they seem like they are task bound

to help those in their neighborhood and they plan to keep offering back, advising other local company owner to dothe exact same. Thank

you for all you both have done and will continue to do! Photo Courtesy of The Art Department, LLC./ Fox 5 Atlanta